Skip to comments.Gingrich Calls Romney to Bury Hatchet
Posted on 04/26/2012 7:31:29 AM PDT by dps.inspect
Newt Gingrich had a friendly conversation Wednesday with presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney after news broke that he was shutting down his floundering campaign,...Its clear Romney is the nominee and the focus should be on defeating Obama..."
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The Question is; can you adapt? That doe's not mean caving on your principles, but perhaps prioritizing your principles. So, just what is the governing principle? Freedom and Freedom of Conscience, the highest of all our God given inalienable rights. Obama is not just a liberal, he's a Marxist who believes you should not have the choices you have, that you cannot be trusted with your inalienable rights. Is not his battle with the Catholic Church regarding contraception evidence of what his ultimate goal is? He condemns our freedom of conscience if it does not line up with his statist views. Statists do not have a problem doing away with those that inhibit their ambition, and a population with a free moral conscience is the greatest threat to the state.
While Romney is a liberal, I believe he can be dissuaded of his liberal bent to some degree or another. Obama will not be dissuaded of his Marxist march... It couldn't be more black and white folks, the choice between Romney and Obama... I think Newt understands full well and is rational about his choices.
Romney the chameleon is not a conservative and an unimpressive candidate, but Hussein the dog eater is far worse. A vote for Willard is the only ballot one can cast that has any chance of being instrumental in removing Obama, therefore that is what I will do. Elections are as much about defeating the opposition as furthering your own cause, and Obama is the worst President in modern history (yes, even worse than Carter) and must be defeated to prevent our complete slide into a failed European socialist state.
It all depends on who he picks for VP. I did not vote for McLame last time- I voted for Palin.
I would love to see Romney pick GINGRICH
so we can hear Gingrich bad-mouth Obama until november
What the ABO crowd does not understand is that with a choice of Mitt or Obama as prez; we conservatives really don’t care which of those losers is the winner.
I repeat. We do not care if Mitt or Obama wins. Because if this is the case... Conservatives lose. The best we can hope for is real conservatives to be elected in the House and Senate.
"Tell us what's behind the 3rd door, Johnny!"
"A new candidate! Yes, this shiny new candidate is a Conservative. Virgil Goode comes Constitutionally vetted and can be yours if...your ballot's right."
Obama is approaching LBJ-badness. Johnson was even worse than Carter.
Normal people seem to not run for office anymore.
We already know how Obama 2nd term will be. Anyone recall what he whispered to Medvedev on a hot mike?
Obama is lazy, narcissistic, socialist, big government promoter, clueless on how to grow economy, apologizer in chief to foreiners, wastes time playing golf (100 rounds so far) when country is facing serious problems, Solyndra, Arizona immigration, Fast & Furious, against Keystone & domestic energy production, anti-Israel, pro-Muslim, America divider, in the pocket of unions and trial lawyers, and wastes tax payer money by endless vacations on Air Force One and weekly parties at the White House.
Romney was at bottom on my list, but at this point I have little choice except ABO.
Last I read Newt is $4.3 million in the hole but has $5 million in superpac money (which he can’t legally use to pay off campaign debts).
He should ask Mitt to pay off his campaign debts with the quid pro quo being that he will use the superpac money to fund media time for Mitt (maybe keep half a million or so for future Tiffany’s buys).
So what are your choices? Newt went Lib with Pelosi and Rev Al Sharpton by making those idiotic global warming commercials, and he even supported crap and trade, which is quite Liberal... where do you draw the line? He was widely forgiven of those blunders by showing he could give voice to conservative views, but what does he really believe? Did he believe the liberal bilge on global warming or was he merely hedging his bets in a new political reality where liberals seemed to be in complete control of the universe? Either way, what kind of a person does that make Newt? If you could support him knowing the implication of that question, can you support him in his decision to get behind Romney? Maybe you can’t, and that’s OK...
Lets vette this Virgil Goode. What! This so-called conservative was part of the Nancy Pelosi crowd until 2007. He must be good. What a conservative, he has done something even Mitt has never done, he voted for Nancy Pelosi to be Speaker of the House, more than once.
To that point you should be campaigning for Romney, there is no way Dems can win house and Senate if Romeny carries Presidential election. That is our hope for controlling a left leaning Romney. As I have stated numerous times, you think the first four years of Obama were bad, what happens when he doesn’t have to worry about re-election how bad will get then!!!
Newt will make a wonderful “Reducing Government” czar in the Romney administration.
It’s funny how so many people are convinced Carter was a bad president.
Mr. Peanut was a cupcake compared to LBJ and Obama. He was ineffective, weak and did no real harm to the US in the 4 years he served. Hell, Carter has done more damage to the US SINCE he left office than he ever did while in office.
Is there any reason why a man buying his wife expensive jewelry would bother you? I don't care if Newt spends fifty million on Calista. It's no skin off my nose.
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